As Vice President and General Manager in Cisco’s Small Business Business Unit (SBBU), David Tucker is responsible for addressing the “Connect” elements of Cisco’s small business strategy, which aims to maximize profitable growth in the small business switching, routing, storage and WLAN markets. Tucker’s organization is responsible for delivering a global product portfolio and unique go-to-market strategy that meets the networking needs of the small business customer. As part of this effort, Tucker will manage the innovation and expansion of product solutions, which includes the integration of small business best practices and products with Cisco’s existing products.
In his most recent role, Tucker served as Vice President of the Connected Office Business Organization (COBO) for Linksys. There, he led the teams to develop and market voice and data products targeting the small business marketplace. Previous to COBO, Tucker led product management, marketing and market development efforts for Cisco, spending much of his time focusing on delivering IP Telephony solutions to the worldwide enterprise customer.
Tucker joined Cisco in 1998 as part of the Selsius Systems acquisition. As Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer, he helped to pioneer the consolidation of voice and data networks.
Prior to Selsius, Tucker served in a variety of leadership roles at different technology companies where he was responsible for notable innovations like the creation of the voice and video PBX platform.
Tucker holds masters of bachelor administration and a bachelors of business administration degrees in Marketing from Texas A&M University.
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